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When do you start feeling Christmassy?

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I know I am trying to resist posting about christmas......but Im already excited this year- for once not working! And thanks to LDs a fair few presents ready for the tree, When do you guys start feeling chrismassy?

OneeyedRaven
5 months ago
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hspexy
hspexy5 months ago

I don't feel like it is festive until the lights are up, and the countdown is on. I have seen some shops with their Xmas stuff out and I think it’s way to early

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Lynibis
Lynibis5 months ago

https://www.latestdeals.co.uk/chat/stricter-rules-regarding-repeated-chat-topics If you go to the end of page one on this chat topic you will see what some people think about this lol. Also, if you search Christmas in search chat you will find dozens of threads, it will probably take you all day to read them.

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PhilipMarc
PhilipMarc5 months ago

I kinda hate Christmas season nowadays because instead of calling it Christmas most just say "Festive" or "Holidays". If there's a Santa, Christmas decorations and etc then it's obviously Christmas. Call it as it is.

If you see a dog, you're not going to call it a sheep, are you? There you go.

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Johnny
Johnny5 months ago

If you see a dog, you're not going to call it a sheep, are you? There you go.

"I hate it when people do that. I hated being a sheepdog. Now I'm a decorator"

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sarahgreen15
sarahgreen155 months ago

I start feeling Christmassy in September when the weather starts to change and my work put our Christmas stock out 🀣 then the festive feeling dies down a bit and picks up in December again

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ClaireF1978
ClaireF19785 months ago

Start of December really when we get all the decorations out and put the lights up and everything starts to look festive. I have had a bit of head start on shopping this year because of being so much more aware of deals coming up on here.

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KirstyW
KirstyW5 months ago

When i see the xmas adverts and the xmas markets are up. Buy Halloween and bonfire night first then its the run up to xmas

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ukheather
ukheather5 months ago

Never

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Letgetfreestuff
Letgetfreestuff5 months ago

I start feeling Christmassy when there are a lot of Christmas Products in store. I would say the start of October πŸ™‚

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8r3
8r35 months ago

Unfortunately at the end of October

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nipperjwb
nipperjwb5 months ago

I dont really like christmas apart from watching my kids and grandkids opening their presents. Its a pain getting the tree out of the loft and sorting it moving furniture to put the flipping thing up... then theres the cooking on Christmas day..... and the cleaning up whilst everyone else is watching films on tv clutching their bloated bellies stuffing in yet more chocolate !!!! I could go on but i wont ! πŸ€ΆπŸ»πŸŽ…πŸΌ

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KirsteyJames
KirsteyJames5 months ago

November, when Halloween is finished because Christmas is next. Then it starts getting real when the kids have their advent calendars πŸ™Š

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MrsCraig
MrsCraig5 months ago

I don't normally feel Christmassy, I don't decorate the house, I don't have a tree and I always change the radio station if a Christmas song comes on. This year is our sons first proper christmas so it will be different this year as it will be more special, but I still wont be doing anything until the start of December as it's his first birthday in November so that will need sorted first.

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ACR
ACR5 months ago

Quite late, I normally get into the Festive spirit, around the 23rd or 24th of December. I really hate Christmas pop music, so frequently hearing the same old tracks every December isn't very appealing.

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SaverDeals
SaverDeals5 months ago

LIterally from now I am sure quite happy to get in the festive spirit! I love christmasand all the lights so as soon as halloween is over, I'd say that's when it probably feels festive.

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